Three things I’ve known to be true for a long time now:
- The Postal Service’s “We Will Become Silhouettes” is a much different song if you assume the phrase “pictures of you” in the first verse refers to the classic Cure song instead of actual photographs.
- Blake Sennett’s guitar solo in Rilo Kiley’s “The Execution of All Things” encapsulates the post-breakup he-said/she-said dynamic better than most lyrics about that subject.
- Any popular work of art will be misinterpreted as much as, if not more than, it’s properly interpreted.
All three of these things came up yesterday, and all three are manifestations of the same problem. Read More